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Berkley® Gulp!® Saltwater Shrimp is without a doubt one of the most effective saltwater baits of all time. Designed to look, feel, smell, and move just like live shrimp - you can even fish with it the same way! Made to release 400 times more fish-attracting scent than other plastic baits, Saltwater Shrimp are 100% biodegradable, extremely durable and long-lasting.
Designed to look, feel, smell and move just like shrimp
once you buy this you will never go back
alright well this story starts with me and my step dad wading out fishing for trout i was using doa white shrimp and my step dad was using live shrimp well we weren't catching much only 2 trout on live shrimp but nothin on the doa well these to guys come up and start slammin the trout i watched we had the same technique was the same but they would get a keeper trout ever cast i mean every cast so i asked what they were using and the told me berkley gulp shrimp white color! so i went on trying to catch some trout wile they were still hooking up every cast so i guess they felt bad or something so they gave me one... well first cast wammm hooked up with in a hour i had caught 40 trout no lie i mean 40 every cast by the time i was about 25 30 fish my gulp was bit in half so i through it out anyway and still the fish were hitting it as it hit the water half of the shrimp gone it didnt matter well i am kind sold on these if you buy these i promise you will get more fish i have some shipping to my house now buy these put a nice jig head on them and have fun catching and not so much fishin :D tight lines everyone
January 31, 2012
Catch More Fish
I was never to much on soft plastics before, but finally decided to buy the gulp a couple of months ago. I was amazed by how many fish I caught that first day. I use to buy live shrimp to fish for speckle trout and red fish, but not any more. I am a true beliver in berkely gulp, that it will out fish any lure. I've use just about every color now, and in the worst conditions and i have caught fish
November 20, 2011
The best soft bait for saltwater
I used these lures in florida about 25 miles south of Tampa. This is the best artiffical lurfor saltwater ever. I caught sea trout, red drum, lady fish, some black sea bass, and a hard head catfish. This is a must have in your tackle box.
July 21, 2011
Trout Must Have
nuclear chicken color in shrimp 3inch. Great for spotted trout inshore near Tarpon Springs
July 4, 2011
If you plan on using a jighead I suggest a Calcutta short shank jighead, a mission jighead, a StrikeKing flats jighead, or a DOA jighead. They are all great choices and an 1/8 or 1/4 should be fine under a cork.
If you want to go unweighted with a regular hook I strongly suggest a Owner Mutu Light circle hook, either a 1/0 or 2/0 hook. If you are more comfortable with a "j-hook", Mustad makes several bait keeper styles to hold your Gulp and make a quick stick.
will the 2 inch version catch smaller fish with a very high bite ration...normally i will fish with bloodworms and have a high high bite ratio per casts..probably 99 percent...will you get hit up like that and will you catch fish from which lengths and which species from land and jetties....white perch/striper.....
In the fall and winter when the stripers run up the river in fresh water here, we catch them on white gulp. I have also caught Largemouth bass with them and on the next cast catch a redfish on the gulp. Go figure.
perch, catfish, stripers, anything that eats shrimp and some stuff that doesn't. most predatory fish hit based on color and action so the saltwater/freshwater thing doesn't make a huge difference. i have done well with both in both types of water.
Drop shotting this bait works pretty well. I've used this technique to fish bridge pilings and caught sheepshead, catfish, and drum. I haven't caught any flounder with this method but I am sure it can be done. Good luck.
I'm going to try that soon myself. I think they will work great on a drop shot. Just make sure to get the right type of weight for the conditions (rocks, etc.) I'm going to use 1 - 2 ounce bottom bouncers to get thru the current and hopefully keep from hanging up so much.
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